from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A house of prostitution.
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- n. A brothel.
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- n. a building where prostitutes are available
A cathouse is an evil, sinful place where some men go to play cards, drink spirits, and … um … talk to bad women.
That's just the kind of cathouse name your mama would come up with.
Carl reminds me of that old joke about the southern church lady who went to work at the local cathouse doing laundry and making beds because her family needed the money.
Talking to reporters, Dennis Hof of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch said, "Harry Reid will have to pry the cathouse keys from my cold, dead hands."
The Sgt replied, “Well sir, usually the men just ride it into town and go to the cathouse.”
Lynette, the waitress/cleaning gal, was the girl-next-door type, if you happened to live next to a cathouse.
I'd rather have a sister in a cathouse than a brother at Florida!
Then he hosted a special "night in the cathouse for dogs" just for the media.
As tasteless as an Arabian cathouse, as worn-out as your 1998 flip-flops and as hideous as the mom jeans Carrie wears with a belly-baring gingham top, "Sex and the City 2" is two of the worst movies of the year ......
Young Diz, too, knew how to slink from saloon to cathouse.
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